The year 2022 will be a particularly important year for Europe given a particularly busy political agenda for one of its founding states and the continent’s second largest economy: France.
If Covid wasn’t keeping Irish politicians awake over Christmas, then the latest Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI opinion poll did, as it shows Sinn Fein’s popularity rise to a record level in Ireland now.
Hume Brophy’s Director of Public Affairs, Mark MacGregor hosted a webinar on whether Britain can achieve its ambitions to be a global superpower in Artificial Intelligence
Every December, POLITICO releases its list of the 28 thinkers, doers, dreamers, and disrupters who are driving change and solving problems in European politics, policy and business – the POLITICO 28.
Hume Brophy has conducted an analysis of the use of Twitter by this year’s cohort* of what Politico calls “the most powerful people in Europe”, revealing some interesting insights.
There is considerable speculation that the United Kingdom government will trigger Article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol during the week of November 15th starting a potentially serious crisis in trade relationships between the UK and the EU.
This lunchtime the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered one of the most significant statements of his short but turbulent time in office….
When the Prime Minister strode into Manchester Central late Wednesday, his intention was clear: to upstage his Cabinet colleagues by delivering an energetic speech to the party faithful. Did it work?
Daniel Finkelstein (The Times) will interview Rt Hon Damian Green MP